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These decorative wall tiles ran the length of a very long corridor at Cragside, an impressive Victorian house near Morpeth in Northumberland … Some obvious knitting inspiration there, don’t you think? What has inspired you this week? I’d love to hear … Continue reading
This four-legged friend held up the traffic in the Hardwick Hall estate, insisting on licking the cars as they passed by – do you have any idea why? It made me smile and gave me my unexpected knitting thought of the … Continue reading
Wandering around a local National Trust kitchen garden recently with 2 (non-knitty) friends I’ve known since college days, enjoying the sunshine, catching up with news, and gently walking off our generous lunch, I didn’t expect to come across a fashionable … Continue reading
Yesterday was officially World Wide Knit In Public Day … and as I didn’t go anywhere yesterday, I did my knitting in public today instead! Coughton Court is a Grade 1 listed building near Alcester, Warwickshire, and has been home to … Continue reading